PORTER-CABLE PCXMVC Multi-Chemistry Slide Pack Charger

PORTER CABLE MULTI CHEMISTRY SLIDE PACK CHARGER. Charges any Porter Cable. Tradesman slide pack nicad or lithium ion battery. Hot pack indicator prevents damage to the battery by preventing charging when pack is hot. The bad pack indicator n o notifies user if battery is defective and needs replacement. Charges nicad packs in 45 minutes, 1P LX lithium packs in under 30 minutes and 2P EX lithium packs in less than 1 hour.

Product Features

  • Charges any P-C slide pack NiCad or Lithium Ion battery
  • Hot pack indicator prevents damage to the battery by preventing charging when pack is hot
  • The bad pack indicator notifies user if battery is defective and needs replacement
  • Charges NiCad packs in 45-minutes, 1P LX Lithium packs in 30-minutes, and 2P EX Lithium packs in 1-hour

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3 Responses to PORTER-CABLE PCXMVC Multi-Chemistry Slide Pack Charger

  1. D. Enerson says:

    Should have come with the drill in the 1st place

  2. M. Merritt says:

    Works as described Bought as a direct replacement for one that I accidentally fried (plugged it into a 220 volt outlet–yeah, it didn’t like that).The new one is working perfectly and now has a permanent spot on my workbench where the old one lived.It’s already charged up one of my 18 volt Ni-Cad batteries and the other one is charging up as I type this. It’s nice to be able to have the drill back!If you’re looking for a replacement for one you have or just want to have a spare around,…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Let’s face it – the only reason you buy this product is,1. You need an extra charger2. You lost your old charger3. Your old charger quit/broke/was stolen, etc.I noticed my charger (NiMh only version) was no longer charging, indicator light never came on. Of course I found this out right as I needed my PC battery-operated tools. Luckily I was able to borrow a corded tool to finish the job, and then went to the local chain store to buy a new charger. It was more…